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Crofters' Housing

Volume 885: debated on Tuesday 28 January 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will now raise the amounts for grant and loan for crofters' housing.

I am keeping this matter under review in the light of the movement of building costs since January of last year when there was a substantial increase in the level of assistance.

Class of vehicleErskineForthTay
Cars, small goods vehicles15p15p12½p
Scheduled buses25p25p25p
Heavy vehicles50p50p50p
Escorted vehicles£5·00£5·00As appropriate
Motor cycles, scooters5p
Motor cycles, scooters, with sidecars15p12½p
No concessionary rate is offered to regular users of any of the bridges other than to road transport operators who enter into agreement with the Secretary of State in respect of the Erskine Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge Joint Board guaranteeing a minimum number of crossings per month. Under such an agreement the toll is reduced from 50p to 30p per crossing.